DU Admissions 2019 : High Applications But Low Admissions For Journalism

The course BA (Hons) Journalism- had the most elevated number of applicants competing for each seat, with an aggregate of 1,12,233 candidates — meaning 367 candidates for every seat.

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A little over 33% of the seats have been filled till now in the course.

At Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) — which had set the cut-off at 98.5% — just three students have taken admission against 34 seats while at Kamala Nehru College, only 13 out of 42 seats have been filled.

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